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Roaming charges for Egypt’s three main mobile service providers remain relatively equal
Telecom Egypt claims that the dispute has to do with past arrears accrued by Mobinil and Vodafone, which total EGP 939.4m, in addition to that of Etisalat, which total EGP 125.8m.
Etisalat E-20 is first Intel-powered smartphone launched in Middle East
Vodafone loses 300,000 customers in January, Mobinil falls by 200,000
Ericsson will be responsible for overseeing the maintenance and repair of all Vodafone and Etisalat facilities, including ensuring an adequate supply of diesel
The Blackberry Z10 possesses a 1.5 gigahertz dual core processor with 2 gigabytes of speed and 16 gigabytes of storage capacity.
The sales tax was initially introduced last December and amounted to 18% for mobile phone calls
Vodafone, Mobinil and Etisalat have offered to use SIM card waves to operate an electronic river traffic management system, the Authority will also consider using radio waves
Both companies failed to extend to the Agency documents it requested for review in the case against Egypt’s three largest mobile carriers, Mobinil, Etisalat and Vodafone
The new device is planned to be offered at a consumer-friendly price through Etisalat outlets
The brightest minds in the ‘mobile ecosystem’ recently gathered in Berlin to promote innovation in the mobile phone industry. The annual Qualcomm 2012 Conference on Innovation (IQ2012) in the mobile industry concluded recently. Qualcomm sought to highlight hands-on access to the latest in mobile technology, products and services as well as insight to “the future …
By Matt Smith / Reuters DUBAI: Pakistan Telecommunication (PTCL) should soon receive assets due to it as part of its partial privatization, its chief executive said, a development that could trigger an $800 million payment from shareholder Etisalat to the government. Etisalat, the no.1 telecoms operator in the United Arab Emirates, led a consortium that bought …
By Matt Smith / Reuters DUBAI: UAE telecoms operator Etisalat, which saw $1.8 billion moved over its network last year via money transfers, has sought regulatory approval to expand its financial services offerings in the Gulf region, home to millions of expatriates. Mobile money services allow customers to pay bills or make remittances using SMS text …
DUBAI: UAE’s telecoms firm Etisalat may sell its telephone tower operations in Africa and is considering sharing infrastructure with rival carriers, the former monopoly said in a statement on Thursday. Etisalat operates in about 10 African countries, including Egypt, Nigeria, Tanzania and Ivory Coast. "Etisalat, like other telecom operators in Africa, is constantly evaluating good …